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Hello,
I have two randomly points on the 3d curve. I want to create 5 evenly distributed points between two initial points and on that curve. How do I achieve this?
Thanks,
Richard
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I have enclosed a Creo 7 example for reference. Refer to the relations to see how to calculate the pattern offset dimension.
I have enclosed a Creo 7 example for reference. Refer to the relations to see how to calculate the pattern offset dimension.
Thanks tbraxton,
This is what I looking for.
One more question related - I saw that d12 (the dimension of point spacing on pattern) is d12=LENGTH:FID_MEASURE_LENGTH_1/6 where number six is the spacings between points (number of points +1). Is there anyway to associate the number 6 with parameter of number of patterns (d12=LENGTH:FID_MEASURE_LENGTH_1/(instances of pattern +1)?
Thanks.
It is possible but you will have to define the number in a parameter and use that in the relations. Define a part parameter for N instances as an integer.
Then use that in the relations to control the instances and spacing values.
p14=N
d12=LENGTH:FID_MEASURE_LENGTH_1/(N+1)